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- Hol Chan Cut : Hol Chan Cut
- Punta Arena Canyons, Small Cut : Punta Arena Canyons offers a seventy foot long and ten foot wide one way tunnel adorned in red algae.
- Rocky Point : Rocky Point is the most eastern point of Ambergris Caye offering many large hunting fish such as tarpon.
- Shark-Ray Alley : Shark Ray Alley used to be a fisherman's cleaning station which has attracted hundreds of southern stingrays and nurse sharks.
- Arena : Diving at dive site Arena just off the barrier reef off Sergeant's Caye.
- South Gallows Point : South Gallows Point
- Spanish Bay Wall : Diving at dive site Spanish Bay Wall.
- Trap Door : Trap Door
- Wreck Barrier Reef : Wreck Barrier Reef
- Black Coral Wall, Terrace : Black Coral Wall, Terrace
- Chazbo's Corner : Diving at dive site Chazbo's Corner.
- Crickozeen Cut : Diving at dive site Crickozeen Cut.
- Elbow : Elbow
- Mandy's Dandy : Diving at dive site Mandy's Dandy.
- Sayonara : The Sayonara was a small freight and passenger ferry that was scuttled in 1985 to create one of Belize's few wreck dive sites.
- Bangor Galley : The Bangor Galley is one of the few discovered wrecks at Lighthouse Reef after it stranded on the shallow cayes and reefs.
- Corner :
- Eagle Ray Wall : Eagle Ray Wall is a great wall dive with brilliant coral and marine mammals and with luck some spotted eagle rays out in the blue.
- Eagle Reef :
- Flats Wall :
- Gorgonian Forrest : Coral outcrops overgrown in Gorgonian forests and swarmed in fish in the brightest colors.
- Great Blue Hole : The Blue Hole is a submerged collapsed underwater cave with spectacular stalactites and diving amongst bull sharks.
- Half Moon Caye Wall : Half Moon Caye Wall is diving at a steep drop-off just south of the cay with spectacular marine life.
- Harrier Wreck : The Harrier Wreck is a small shipwreck named after the RAF airplane that used the ship for bombing practises.
- Hat Caye Drop-off : Hat Caye Drop-off is one of the most southern dive sites regularly visited by dive boats in Lighthouse Reef.
- Hogfish Cut :
- Long Caye : The west wall of Long Caye is famous to all divers in the world for its steep and healthy sections of coral.
- Aquarium : Aquarium is a sheer drop-off with a wide abundance of fish life and varied invertebrate life on the reef's top.
- Cathedral Reef : Cathedral Reef makes up its name as you will find coral spires and towers rising up from the ocean floor.
- Long Caye Ridge : Long Caye Ridge is another spectacular wall dive off the western side of Long Caye where large aquatic life is not absent.
- Nurse Shark Lodge : Nurse Shark Lodge is named after the many caverns that are considered to be the shark's sleeping lodge.
- Quebrada : Quebrada or Breaking Reef is a wide sandy ravine that breaks Long Caye wall in two parts.
- Silver Caves : Silver Caves is a series of caverns, grottoes, swimthroughs and caves literally filled with silversides and other baitfish.
- Tres Cocos, No Cocos : Tres Cocos or No Cocos is named after a set of coconut trees which can be spotted on mainland Long Caye.
- Manta Wall :
- Playground : Dive the Playground and you will find fish wherever you go.
- Southwest Cut : Southwest Cut offers wall diving together with larger fish watching critters doing their thing on the coral reef.
- Tarpon Wall :
- Tres Cabeza : While scuba diving at Tres Cabeza or Three Heads you will find three massive coral heads.
- V's :
- West Point 1 and 2 : West Point 1 and 2 are two fantastic dive sites, hard to reach but full of marine life and healthy coral formations.
- Zoo :
- Baking Swash Reef : Baking Swash Reef is the only cut in the western reef deep enough for boats to exit the central lagoon, making it a dangerous channel.
- Crack : A vertical 15 meter long chimney like cave in the reef system forms this spectacular dive site called the Crack.
- Emerald Forest : Emerald Forest Reef is named after the many huge pieces of elkhorn coral that are found in its shallow waters.
- Grouper Flats : Grouper Flats is another reef series of different depths known for the numerous Tiger groupers and Nassau groupers that live here.
- Long Caye Wall : Glover's most phenomenal wall dive is Long Caye Wall dropping from thirty feet to the ocean depths below.
- Middle Caye Wall : Middle Caye Reefs offers an oasis of colors and marine life, diving among fish seeing the best coral formations while doing so.
- Shark Point : Shark Point is a remote and rough dive site where reef sharks, nurse sharks, hammerheads and tiger sharks are common.
- Southwest Caye Wall : Southwest Caye Wall is one of the most southern dive sites on Glover Reef offering dramatic drop-offs and loads of marine life.
- Split Reefs : Split Reefs is diving at two similar reef systems both at different depths separated by a narrow sandy channel.